I believe many of you heard about the terrible accident at Woodcocks road on Wednesday evening August 30th.
Pavel Kravtsov and his children Ivan and Ilaria were delivered to Auckland hospital in a critical condition.
After the initial danger behind, they are starting to recover. This is a slow and painful process.
While they are receiving all possible support from the family, friends and hospital staff,
it would be of tremendous help if those who know the family could leave a few notes of encouragement with a personal touch.
Reading these warm comments will give strength to Pavel, Ivan and Ilaria and speed up their physical, mental and spiritual healing.
Please send your thoughts and wishes to Vasily Kravtsov (Pavel’s brother’s) email:
Dmitri and Lena Roukine
Hi everyone, – IMPORTANT, FEEDBACK CLOSES TODAY 28-Aug !
I have been shocked to learn that AT have proposed almost Rodney-wide local road speed reductions to a blanket 60km/h in what they’re calling a new ‘Rural Zone’. I’ve been shocked because I only learnt about this today, Monday 28th August, and their public consultation / feedback, closes TODAY.
All roads captured in that area will be reduced to 60km/h in a blanket zone based speed reduction. – This avoids SH16, that is not under AT’s direct control.
This is being proposed here: https://haveyoursay.at.govt.nz/kko
The interactive map is here: https://haveyoursay.at.govt.nz/kko/maps/katoa-ka-ora-interactive-map-of-proposed-changes
You are invited to provide feedback here: https://aucklandtransport.au1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_eP8kmDmTkGNjMnY
I’m amazed we haven’t heard anything about this in the media or perhaps I’ve just been living under a rock…?
I wanted to send a message out to all Ahuroa
residents & surrounding areas regarding the closure of West Coast Rd, which affects all deliveries. For those who are waiting on parcels, or for anyone who has any questions please contact me on 0210511549.
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From this afternoon, our Fire Station will be open for showers & cooking from 1700-1900hrs (5-7pm) for the rest of the week or until power is restored.
Ahuroa Fire station will be open if anyone needs hot water/showers, internet, cooking facilities or somewhere to stay. Open now (from 5pm).
Our cat Jackson has gone walkabout from Hawkens Road, Ahuroa, it’s now been 9 days.
He’s a Ragdoll & around 6kgs, he’s a big boy and a big softy so he will probably come to you if you called his name.
I’ve contacted most of our neighbours this week so if anyone has seen him can they please call Sarah 0210652576 or Mark 02102423007.
He is wearing a purple collar with a name tag, is chipped & has a shaved patch on his head from visit to the vet recently.
Thanks so much